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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

ppffipipppffSPfg TV W TT I""' . V tf -.. . 1 w 1 sou r.jrmt .1 ; IS- II' FOE OUR YOUNG HEADERS. BOATING IN THE SKY. Imtt clouds, so slowly fiOBtilip, That would l)e mv kind of boating Kiding-, jrlidinp, high in air. Bound Tor oh, for an; where! Do you ever sail so far That j on steer nainst a star? And the moon Who turns you round When on her you'd rim aground.' As the wild goose quacks it south, Can )ou see inside his mouth When the bluebird brings the spring', Js it pinned beneath his wmgi Have jou ever seen that ton n Whore the sun stas when he's down? 7s his liitirnl' oll mid curly How does lit. get up so early Who lives 'way on tonder hill, Alwas talking when it's still 1 wonder, oh. 1 do just wonder If j ou've peen old grow lin 1 hunderl Can't lie stop Ins childicn's clatter Is he mad Or what's the matte.-? Many queer thinps you must spy, lUdmir there, so wild and high La.v cloud, so slow lv' Hunting. 'Unit would be my kind ot boatinsr. John Vance. Cheney, in iL Kictiolas. BAN...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

fc i c - i ' -"- iijiiirmiiififi fTl TIE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. THOMAS COUNTY. A Visit by D. B. Long to Colby-What He Heard and saw there. Colby, Thomas County Kan., December 30, 1885. Editor Times: I reached this place yesterday at 3 p. m. from Oak Icy, St. John county, facing a snow storm the whole distance twenty eight miles, having for my mission the in stitution of a lodge of the Indepen dent Order of Odd Fellows. I was so well impressed with the country and the people, that I thought the readers of Tiik Times, of which I found a number here, would like to know something of the ufar west" as I found it in 1S66. As it is now nearly twen ty years since I soldiered in this part of Kansas, I note with pleasure the western advance of '"the star of em pire." The country at that time was indeed ; "wild one," a "howling wilderness," with its savage Indians ready toscalp every white man woman and child they could find unprotected by a sutli cient cuaid to piotectthem from their ravage attac...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

i.'J3Kt.TvaK: p? ., lr-,JT 4 - S? 'I H :i' 11 ! 'H IXxK mm : m j i .-j t?i nt ji.i ?rf? ' I i) &M ?! iES Mb 1 JI w ! iff m? i 3 mi ess:! fc vJ ! &9 ?w j vy ijW'!? SrU" ',iU.-& - THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. Coal famine is over. One more winter month. The streets must be graded. Trusses at Smith & "Walker's. Goodsoe loans money on chattel mcui ty. Phil Troutfetter went to Oberlin Tuesday. Joe Bowers has returned from Nebraska. Everything you want in hardware stBean Bros'. Leavenworth Times and Cat one jeai for two dollars. Buy one of these ranges for your wife, at Beau Bios'. For Hock Spring coal call on the Clricago Lumber Co. Wagon, plow aud harrow mate rial at Bean Bros'. Chris Shirey was in Oberlin the fore part of the week. New !ock boxes have been receiv ed at the postoifice. C. W. Hoc has gone to Eagle Tail, Wallace county. Remember the Cat office can do you first chiss Job printing. Examine those flexible iron trusses at Smith & Walker's. Frank Filigree has a fe...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

Bkfwl "m Wff c rsess&as ,T-r&tX$& 4 &4 M f&A'JS&i&H &!" ?,-?.- -Jv3i A S&Adfcll " 3 Pi4 - i a THOMAS COUNTY OAT. X. P. WOBCEBTKK fc CO., Publisher COLBY. ' - KANSAS. SAUL KROTZER. f ISaul Krotzpr savefl the lives of eight men, by standinpat his post, amid sinking sand, -ind crushing timbers, incident upon the saving of the great rrcil, at the asylum, in Traverse City, Mich. 1 In common ways, monj? common men, We knew hfm, year by year, 1 -A kindly, unpretentious heart, Aiead word of cheer Good fellow was the one acclaim. And there, all praise was ended, For none, beneath its humble mask, The brave Miul comprehended. He CHinc and u ent; a laborer: The world makes little mention Of such why should it? Wealth alone Entitles to attention. And Kroter kupt the humble round With uncomplaining: lips. But lo! before his patient soul Uprose Christ s ciueiiix. Unwarned, unarmed, unheralded, Turtrin! hour appeared. No rvirtial blaie, or banners proud, The hor...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

,-'-C Lr W itj5m H VI iff S E. P. WOECESTE3 & CO.. PnWishors - C"T RV V vc - TO A PLUMBER. Sweet man. so cool, so calm, so bright, Ownor of earth and sky! I fear it's goinjr to freeze to-night-It's in your eye. Thatplitler, that enchanting gleam, Besieaks your own sweet trust. And pipes for water, gas and steam I know will burst. Great man! Some fourteen days ago My sink pipe sprang aleak; You ciinc and looked and found it so And in a week JTou sent two men to look again They came and f-aw and went. And came again, and stopped, and then They stopped the vent. Your bill thejelor. great man, Is here, Ur special poit it came. And I ies!i;n whate'er was mine To pay the same. How could the world move on its way Of your gi cut grasp bereft? "We know. However cold the day, You're never lelt. American AnoUr. USELESS LOCKS. Sow the Hotel Thief Enters Boom of His "Patient." the A friend of the writer retired to his Toom in the best hotel in one of the large Western cities in fancied secur...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 28 January 1886

Sttse rf t"' .fir: j- -yi-flFS-Jj i,i"jit4iS5 f, Iffi fHOHAS COUNTY CAt WQXCESTO CASEY, XditoM. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. CtJXBEKLAsr, Kan., Jan. O, A Hhtob or Cat. " .A tent, or a sod bouse; Why should we care. We're away out v. est. And they all have them that. Xbcugb exiled lroin home, 1 el our hearte may rejoice, 5e've g t a good farm And that is our choice. Though troublo and hardships May all come along. We will go on merrily 8ingiag our bong. .Though to water 'tis deep And railroads there's none, The rain showers will fall And the railroads will com. You, times will grow better An4 railroads will coma. Boon the telegraph wire Our markets will hum. And train will come rushing From north and from south, The hot winds will stop blowing And thtiv'll be wo moie drouth. Then doitbe discouraged And never complain. As the country grows older We'll surely get rain. The past with its' trouble Has nothing to do With the promising future Which now opens to yon. Then up in the morning And ou...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

'j.sre.sssr'o - - -m ?;& i"7.)' lV . v csf r COUNTy Thomas s.T 1-. Cat. -jvii& VOL. I. NO. 48. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. 'vvHiJf1 .1 k II v tefi i 3 V' ft , I1 4 . IK ' -it I. I. A 5V i) ! ?t fc B 1V m , 1 RK il-C. ? II 18 r. IB '?r I1 .' I 'k Kp 5 J (A. to; 1 THE THOMAS COUNTY CAT. I J- J- sears & soxs, CHURCH DIRECTORY Oolby Union Sunday School maets every Sunday tit 10 a. m. Preuchinjf at 11 a. w. Singing at 7:3J i m. Preaching at J i. m. Service hold "in Mr. Bean's Hall. All aro hrslted. "Whosoever will may come." E. A. CHOUSE, Pastor. I. O. O. F. U"Mght Lodge Xo. tTT3. meets regularlv s-very TueMlav evening at Bean's Hall, at "o'clock p.m. Ail members of the order are cordially mvited to attend. COUNTY DIRECTORY. 'lerk Jauie. X. Fike. Treasurer X. D. llean. Begisterof Deeds John W. Irwin. Superintendent Public Iiih't W.W.Walker. Bepio-entative W. If. Copeland. Attomej W. G. Porter. ghentr V. H. ICinjrtry. Probate Judge...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

tr mmm mwWWWmW EST 58 sasHss" - v X " jj.- r- f FOE, OUB YOUNG RE ADER& A LITTLE POEM. On. little prain hi 1'ie sunny bars; OiieliMo tioTvorin a field of flowers; One little ttr in a luavon of stars; One little hour in a vnr of hours What if it makes or what if it utara? But the bar is built of the little (Trains: And the little Howera make tiie meadows jrav: And Uw i;ttle stars light the heavenly plains; And the little hour of each liltic day Give to ub all that life contains Enst WMtntu.mSt. Welaita. BOXED UP. Something About a Vry Cnrloaa Little Animal Mini It llaUltatiou. If any of ray renders have ever seen the boys of the "Country Week" re turning fioin their week's run and roll in the green fields, they will have seen an amusing bight. These poor little waifs, born in the sluni3 of the city, and most of whom have never seen the verdant meadows or heard the gur gling brooks, come back not only full of delightful memories, but most of them oringing some prize from the treas...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

wms&B&w "vat- && mm ?3&mg&m "T.S'i.i. .;rv.Tw.i A'j "Safe Af t ' V'rSV ' SS?5,:v5lfc 3-i w h&? S5" ft- kt Hi r '-: r Lsfc- K' J.U ,'?,ZMt- BELIGIOUS BEADING. KNOCKING AT THE DOOR. Awake! O heart! and sleep no more! There's 6ome one knocking at the door; His feet have come a weaiy vnty, And still abide your loner delay. Though chilling- dews have wet Hislocke He patient stands, ami gently knocks. Your silence grieves Him. IC se, O heart; "Unbar the door lest Christ depart. For Christ it is who delpns to stand And ask for what He mijrht demand An open door, a teady seat, A welcome for Ills pietcuce sweet. He comes to save you hv His grace; He comes to bring-jou Heaven's place. Awake: O heart! and sleep no moie! Theie's some one knocking at the door. Hichai a Gear HubU, in Cu i enU EXEMPLARY PIETY. An Auiuonitioii to " Let Your Light So Shine lSefore Men". True religion, like light, is manifest ed so as to be seen. As it :3 practical, it is observable. Its p...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

m FJSsSJ WW TfQ :'s:s TC&S"" T'-C "'vs ,y,..vv-ci-;rA.'.g--''i ljJmwinwiiwr:if - &Zi&JtZ S.1v.-s 4;t.-' t.j uawr ST Mb 1 J fc v-UlO.3riSR & CASEr, Ewtors. "Sf6r-.- - CFriCIAL COUNTY PAPER. N. J. ADAMS' RED FRONT furniture Store. Keeps Jloom in stock a full Hue of Bed FcLs, Bureaus, wardrobes. lounges, tables, fancy stands, wash stands, and everything belonging to the Furniture Trade. ALL OKDEKS IN UNDERTAKING Promptly and carefully filled. Also Hjzent for all kinds of SCHOOL FUR NITURE, for Thomas Kane & Co., the largest factory in the world. School "directors of this and adjoin ing counties will find it profitable to s-e'e or conespond with me before pur fha.sicg Remember the Red Front. COLBY. KANSAS. X. J. ADAMS, Prop. II. B. VANCE, :Ttp Irfit door noi th of C vt ofiieo. G -nort .l li!aeksiiiithin!raiia lep.tiring done on shor uoUco. nr--fshoain;r and plow work a spo uiaiiy. All w ork guaranteed. Give me a cail. R. SfITH, - VVaoon Maker COLBY, KAS. L KINDS OF W...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

mmggmBm M-s- vm a'bvcV Jweti2xs5j' yiTrv-iiR-.i,jia!nt-Bvercaa, T8 SSZ.'SS' -Sw'aasea, a? isL 1,12 w. fa 4 - IS HI- 1 it?M . w -v m fi js- ? w& r 4 fe ri tt w -Geo. L. v.it iss up at 0rJTI'- Trusses at Smith & "Walker's Big law suit the first of the -week. E. C. Aohen is back from Neb raska. M. Donelau. is at Oberlin on lmisness. Goodsoc loans money on chattel security. Cipt. Ellsworth starts for the ast Sunday. E v'ery thing you want in hardware at Be n I)ros Arthur Gontzler is back again from .Smith county. A great variety of stoves now at T. H. Builers'. "Waif on. plow and harrow mate rial at Bean Bros'. Leavenworth Times and Cat one year for two dollars. Buy one of those ranges for your wife, at Bean Bros'. For Hock Spring coal call on the Chicago Lumber Co. G D. Bordon and family have re turned from Alma, Xcb. It is leported that school will commence again Monday. Rem mi her tne Cat olttce can do you first class Job printing. Examine those flexible iron trusses at Smith...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

HP:' rfpff WW 5 rr I'W " Ji .V THOMAS COUNTY OAT. E. P. WORCESTER ft CO., Publishers. COLBY. KANSAS. THE WISH-BONE. We'd had the apples an' the pie, Au' folks wuz teolm' jolly, Erasmus held the wish-bone dry An' ottered half to Polly. They wished, she give a bashful lauflrh, Then pulled he got the biggest half. She laughed a?in nn blushed right red. An' gosh! but she looked pretty. "I've lost my wish," she smilin eaid, "Now isn't that a pity?" She seemed to take it t?o to heart. He wished he'd broke the smallest part. "Let's tell. Don't mind the charm," sez he, "Although perhaps we break it. J wished a kiss j ou'd gi c me." Sez she: ivwhcd you'd ta!:e it." I guess I needn't tell to 3 0:1 That both them wishes then kirn true. -Chicayo RauxUcr. ARDENT WOOERS. How Different Savage Lover3 Capture Their Intended. In Australia the Love Weapon Is a Club The Kaffir's Kash Promise Running the Gauntlet for a IJrhlc Weddings in Norway and Sweden. "In Australia the native lover woos his sweethe...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

IHPUP lia&srispMr" Zf? 5 f fti BSSsS&li&SS i II Vr:- v f M pi ? !' f , fe Liv u f ! ' I THOMAS COUMTY OAT. . P. WOSCESTEB k CO., Publishers. COLBY, KANSAS. THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING. With heart to bear and brain to win, What matter fortune tarried? Faith, hope and love are strong youth And so they xuurried. Jf or did tber once resxet the step, Despite of care and troubles; .And that ore Ion? youth s gilded hopM Proved rainbow bubbles. Tor still they loved, and lov has faith To pilot roughest weather; JLnd so they braved the sea or lif And rowed together. .And by and by the sun hroke forth, fcbowiu;? them peaceful haven. In which 10 rest and 6ec!c the jof 1 hey Ions' had craven, Jlnd so, although a checkered Spring; Summer cave jroodly measure, "While Autumn lulling did but bring Still richer treasuie. And when thef rosts of Winter came. Their locks with PiUer threading. They called their dear oues.iouud tp keep Their golden wedding. Hut on the morning of that day When irrandc...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 4 February 1886

GSa "efs'? KV - ZK2 4w -fa .. r 969 DRUGS! DRUGS! , Four Principal Business Blocks of Colby. TllP. Howell. Chirncm nnA M trhicran I .nmlipr Vnrrlc nrp nmttteA ac arp nlin tTif r:ir1pnr hmi TT fi rQt hmiv wijc started in the town last May, being the Cat office. Colby is the county seat of Thomas County, Kansas. W It Smith Flour and Feed 12x20 SMITH, WALKR & CO, $ H B Vance, blacksm't 14X1H S.b Keep a full stock of few 3" W G Porter. rw offic THE CAT. 10x23 3 9. C5 m. a i- Drugs, Medicines, oilet articles, Paints and Oils, Patent Medicines, etc. COLBY. KANSAS. NOW 0 EN ! ENNIS & NEIL'S CHEAP CASH STORE. MONUMENT SIDING, St. John County, Kan. Seven Miles Nearer than Cleveland Down prices go, Save money by patronizing us. Groceries, provisions, hardware, stoves, tinware, queensware, boots, shoes, hats, dry goods, blankets, comforts, etc. LUMBER, LIME AND FEED. Best lump coal from $6,00 to $6,50. A car load of splendid Iowa potatoes. We are sole agents for the celebrated Star win...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 February 1886

9SPBimBMiKeff!HHmaJPP KfiS' l-V?JT1 & e "' ft-a && im COUNTy 1-'- ,- JT l rr - Thomas ?, 5SlStAK-jS:'S??V-ariR5iyT I I I i ' ' ' ' III I'M1 II IHIPIIWH iIIP ! Mil' IMBM I - i I - . . . ,. ...... twW M jK -fkn v. & f- A m r : X- -. J L r 1 'I ti?7 U I .' &.pr it 1 1 T?V - ivwi AM .il f s if' .5 ii . f! i s VOL. I. NO. 49. COLBY, THOMAS COUNTY, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY n, 1886. $1.50 PER YEAR. THOMAS Population in 1884, 161. ,4CrtS6Vl " -A GO 2AHSAS; fffifli AND GH h-v.v frjrv rvi. lggifc3' COUNTY- Population in 1886, 3,000. WEST PARADISE -OW RICH 1 - - --H Q Buy 160 or 640 acres of choice land as an investment. It will make you rich within a few years. I WILL SELECT YOU LAND FOR HOME PURPOSES, AND GUARANTEE SATISFACTION m aot past i!F mwm Kansas, Thomas and Sherman counties a specialty. Being familiar with this country, its soil and future possibilities, I am prepared to place your money where it will prove an excellent in vestment,, in school lands, R. R. lands...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 February 1886

I3 & &&. AS TO CARDS. These Used la Soda! Life for "Visiting-, Weddings and the Like. Invitation cards are now decorated with designs suggestive of the nature of the reception or entertainment, only rough finish being popular. For mu sicales they are inscribed with an em bossed harp, piano, guitar, violin, or one or a group of warbling cherubs, picturesquely attired in a sheet of music. Terpsichore, with a following of fairy, airy maidens, bounds the top of a dancing card. The summons to a course dinner is attractively prepared with fantastic, seasonable sketches, as indicating the edible productions of the different climes. Daintily painted clusters oj rose-buds, with the binding ribbon vividly depicted adorn the front page of a debutante's invitations. Cards for euchre, poker and whist as semblies may be any two cards in the deck, prettily bound together with gilded cords; the aces and court tickets are most favored; however. These are not made up from actual playing c...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 February 1886

30 & aaHSRSsjssBSianjyx- - - -s "ff JhU 'JVA .-.-hcf"j &f Ms''''v- "Ntsr&&!'ji& ' if. fcftBagyadHaac -w-u,v,. - . Hs!HMr ! t&s vivHM-6!Ssivassvst.v? - s?t.vi fc. Sfj vr u- 1 few I' b k 1 n: e J - PERSIAN STREET. The Odd Things to Be Seen In the Thof Chferei of Teheran. In'sach a climate as that of Teheran lifeinaturally passed chiefly in the Pn ' TIie chi11 of winter, rarely severe,-seems to make little difference in thehahits of the people. The shops are all open to the streets; the custom ers stand outside, and even the shop keeper attends to most of his business from, the exterior of the shop. If he is a baker,grocer.or costermonger, in all probability he and the customer both stancHnlthe street, retreating into the shbp only when a string of camels or a dashlffg cortege forces them to move out ofthe way. A carpenter may fre quantjy'be seen arranging a piece of joiner'' on the pavement in front of his shop.- The schools often in no-wise differ from the sho...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 February 1886

-feafca i - - ' ' 7W aMiBBMiiMMiMBiMWBMWaMBWWWMMMMjMMMWWMMBHWWMWiiW"" " " ' - ?-!.-3CTMBb1 ."dBSl I ' . - Jtt - J M - H NOW OPEN ! s I .,, ; Q ... j "His Majesty' Go-as yoa-please. "Man-afraid-of-his-mules." Brooks, deems it advisable to sell more of Thomas and Sherman county school lands. But vie will inform him in the language of the holy writ "It can't be did." We understand that the name of McCrackford alias Loveland alias Gesfordville alias Iloxie has again been changed, this time to DENNIS! Sentinel. Your wrong, that is, we since have heard that it was 'pants' with a big P. Democrat. Wrong again,, it will ''be over-all-s, with a big O. We are favorably informed that our own ITanback. member of Con gress has brought himself into promi nence by . trying to jump cogs and introduce a resolution in the House entirely out of, .place-(where, be .gener ally is) and was soon enjoying himself under the weight of a majority of the members, who if no farther are con versant '--with .parli...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 February 1886

( Homes for the POOR! f I Homes - for - the - Rich; Homes - for Everybody 31 2,347 Acres of Land For Sale mm T53I BEST MIBIL1IU HCTHETS H -.TK-V tt n . -. I : - M I f n i - WILLCOXON & HOVEY. These lands are situated in Thomai and Sherman Counties on the prospective linepf the Missouri Pacific and B. & M Railroads, and cannot be excelled for fer tility and eveness of surface. Whole townships can be found with scarcely a break in them. i History Repeats its' Self." 'If. you had bought land a few ysars ago in Eastern Kansas or Nebraska you would have been a Rich Man to-day.. You have another oppertunity left, Do not Slight It. "There never was a better oppertunity to Buy Lane L! RAWLINS 0 0- .IX f ! RZXXVT RXXXV R.3EXXI7. ''RXXXHI RSSXII R.XXXI ' ' m i" I' i i i i "I I TT yTTTi i i i i I tfi rr""! "" ' T.cj ' rrSs - t-i ff r-- ' 53 " 1 1 i 1 i H-rkt I 1 1J--H 1- LMl - J'l.r c lOr - " r- -v k J 4 - -rmemm Vs - - sr.v,. L.z:::-:::::::a " I hK"-? i """S -Jn TgiXSi 3321-1- cinzxs-...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Thomas County cat. — 11 February 1886

yiS- jpjjjs5r-e' ry - Be?ni"VSs5?r -f S -f THOMAS COOTTY OAT. - X. P. "WOBCESTEE ft CO.,?ublislMn, ' sFl S$Sti nrTTxr 5i ttaxtca - .-? KANSAS, IN ADVANCE. Sow TVintQr isjlgbtlnfir blabattle ""With mnTi-n fnlele lanCa. ' ' V- "s: j?S -But J m.itriunK aj"gcuue span? poem,, C4 Wliich the editors wish "in idvnucu' . -" It is fall, as is usual, of "violets". It alludes to the "lobin's first peep". Though a blizzard's a daily occurrence. And the snow-drifts are seven feet deep. But the editors sinsulnr creatures. To whom I am bound hand and foot Grasp at Father Time's typical foieiock, Till it's nearly pulled out by the root. Tor they get 'way ahead or the season, In a. manner most wily and arch; So that lu!e j ou ai e reading December They iiuish the uuuilfci for March." And he who would hope for acceptance Muut stnke up betimes with his tune. And sins II.-u vest Home in M.d-Wmter And jingle h.s sleigh-bells iu June. So 'when my spring poem is finished, No rest does, mj wear pen get; inu...

Publication Title: Thomas County Cat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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